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Fuse Audio Labs was founded in 2017 by Reimund Dratwa who has an experience of many years working for different big names in the audio business during which he created dozens of renowned analog modeling titles. It was initially intended as an engineering company that works for various partners, but it soon became apparent that it could also serve as a channel for our own ideas and allow us to pursue our vision. The same expertise that went into the aforementioned products goes into everything that we create.
The VCL-373 is a recreation of an early 60s broadcasting compressor. It includes a faithful emulation of the audio circuitry and adds some convenient features in the digital domain.
The F-59 is a recreation of the late '50s classic that set the course for decades of guitar amplification technology. A cab emulation and a linear level control have been added for more versatility.
The TCS-68 was made to pay homage to one of the most iconic cassette tape based 8-track recorders including a faithful recreation of the preamp, the tape system and the EQ.
The Bucket-500 is an authentic emulation of a bucket brigade (BBD) based analog delay circuit with some convenient features added in the digital domain.
The VCL-4 is a faithful emulation of the op amp based successor of the classic late 60s opto leveler. Unintrusive to extreme opto compression with switchable ratio.
VCL-25A v1.1.0 Vintage Vari-MU Leveler
VCL-373 v1.3.0 Vintage Comp/Limiter
F-59 v1.3.0 Classic Guitar Amp
TCS-68 v1.3.0 Cassette Tape Channel
Bucket-500 v1.3.0 Analog Delay
VCL-4 v1.3.0 Vintage Opto Leveler
VPRE-376 v1.0 Vintage Preamp
DrumsSSX v1.0.1 Drum Remixer
VQA-154 v1.0 American Vintage EQ
VQP-258A & VQP-259A bundle v1.0.1 Vintage Passive EQ
VCL-864U v1.0 Tube Limiter
March 27th 2019
-VQP-Bundle update [v1.0.1]
+Fix parameter quantization issues in Live
+Fix incorrectly restored sessions in Logic, Live and Pro Tools